Sunday, February 5, 2023

Europian newspapers

Israeli forces kill two Palestinians in the West Bank

Two Palestinians were killed on Saturday during an Israeli army raid in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian Health Ministry said. The two youths were shot dead by Israeli forces "during an assault on the village of Jaba, south of...

NATO and the EU seek to protect critical infrastructure

NATO and the EU announced on Wednesday a "joint working group" aimed at strengthening the protection of critical infrastructure against threats from Russia. The move comes after a sabotage attack on the Nord Stream submarine gas pipelines last year and...

Colombia reaches ceasefire agreement with the main armed groups

The Colombian government has agreed to a six-month ceasefire with the five largest armed groups operating in the country, President Gustavo Petro announced on New Year's Eve. The truce was the main goal of Petro's "total peace" policy, which aims...

Pope Francis pays homage to ‘beloved’ Benedict

Pope Francis greeted "beloved" Benedict XVI on Sunday at a New Year's service at the Vatican, a day after his predecessor died at the age of 95. "Today we entrust the beloved Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI to the Blessed Mother...

Person of the Year 2022: Russo-Ukrainian War: We are all victims

Even the leading writers of the International Society of the Red Cross agree with the notion that wars can create winners and heroes, but they also create suffering and sacrifice. A victim, in the etymological sense, is in fact...

The Israeli press gives a critical reception to the Netanyahu government

The Israeli press gave a tentative, if not cold, reception to the new government of Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday, fearing changes in the judiciary as the ongoing corruption trial against the prime minister progresses. After winning the Nov. 1 election...

Russian troops to hold drills in Ukraine’s neighboring Belarus

Russian troops will hold military exercises in Ukraine's neighbor Belarus, the Interfax news agency said on Monday, citing the Defense Ministry in Moscow. In October, Belarus announced the formation of a joint regional force with Moscow with several thousand Russian...

Erdogan says he was not involved in sentencing Istanbul mayor

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that he "has nothing to do" with the jailing of Istanbul's popular opposition mayor, a result intended to prevent the latter from running in next June's presidential election. The sentencing of Ekrem...

EU and Azerbaijan launch Black Sea power link

Azerbaijan agreed on Saturday to supply electricity to the European Union via an undersea cable, signing a deal in Bucharest as the bloc diversifies power supplies away from Russia following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. European Commission President Ursula Von der...

Putin’s invasion of Ukraine opened the ‘gates of hell’: Anglican leader

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said on Sunday that Russia's invasion of Ukraine had "opened the gates of hell" unleashing "all the forces of evil" around the world, from murder and rape in the occupied territories to famine and...
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The new Emir of Dutse assumes the throne

The Jigawa State Government has announced the appointment of Hameem Nuhu Sanusi as the 22nd Emir of Dutse. He succeeds...
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